699 executions are the record of the dictatorship of Velayat al-Faqih in the Iranian year 1401.
Based on the statistics and names and specifications compiled by the Iranian Human Rights Society, at least 699 prisoners were executed in the dictatorial prisons of Velayat al-Faqih in the Iranian year of 1401.
In this way, 58 prisoners have been hanged every month, and an average of 1 to 2 prisoners executed daily. That is, under the rule of Velayat al-Faqih, there has not been a day when the cycle of killing has stopped.
The highest number of executions recorded in June with 129 executions and the lowest in April with 7 executions.
Among the executed prisoners, 660 male prisoners and 18 female prisoners executed on charges of social crimes such as murder or drug use. There are also 5 child criminals and 16 political prisoners, 2 of whom executed in public.
Among the executed political prisoners, names of brave young people seen
Among the executed political prisoners, the names of brave young people such as Mohsen Shekari, Majidreza Rahnavard, Mohammad Mahdi Karami and Seyed Mohammad Hosseini recorded, whose only crime was “free living in a free Iran” and “without dictatorship”.
We also honor the memory of other political prisoners who were executed in the Iranian year 1401, who were hanged in disgrace because of their opposition to the suppression of freedoms in Iran by Khamenei’s executioners.
Prisoners such as:
Firouz Musa Lo
Mohsen (Nasrullah) Qanbarzahi
Rashid (Shaab) Baloch (Askani)
Sarkot (Arash) Ahmadi
Mohiuddin Ebrahimi Gardkashan
Among the executed prisoners 153 deprived Baloch people and 41 people from the Kurdistan region.
It is clear that this statistic is only related to executions in prisons, and the statistics of the killing of hard-working Baloch fuel workers and Kurdish laborers (Kolbarans) not included in this report.
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